In the same vein, why do you think it took so long for someone else to land a 1080? I don't know. It seems like with as good as guys could do 9s off the wake, they'd be able to do it a little earlier off a double-up. And then it seemed like as soon as Danny landed it, it was completely possible. I'm not sure what the barrier was in that seven years. I don't know. It's a weird one. There were a lot of hard tricks being done, and the sport was being progressed in a lot of different ways, except for how far you could spin. I think it could have been done a year or two after I did it if guys really wanted to go learn it. There's a handful of guys doing it now, but the bottom line is a 1080's a really hard trick to do, and there are a lot of guys — including me — who've only done one of them. A lot really has to come together on a 10 for it to happen. A 9 you can kind of squeeze out of a 7 and muscle through it, but a 1080 you really can't muscle through. You have to finesse it, you have to land good, you have to have good rope tension, and you're passing the handle four times — there's a lot of technique that goes into it.